have you tried contacting Fox yet?
there's a service schedule for their shocks, and at 5 years old you're probably due.
upside is the Mopar lift comes with the 2.5 shocks, so they are serviceable. Fox (and others) offer a service at (IMHO) a fair cost, and you can even have them revalved...
welcome, and congrats!
i share your admiration for how well the 8HP75 works with the EcoDiesel. it might even get a little better as the transmission 'learns' your driving habits.
1- yes, the fuel gauge is a little funky at the top, but i don't remember noticing that big of a delay on mine...
the question presumes that one can fit inside the J**p.
neither i nor my dog are short; it's a tent for us. (she stays staked out to where she can reach most of our camp, but sleeps in the vestibule. we have no problems with critters in camp.) i have holed up in the back of the J**ps in the...
my wife is spectacular at a huge number of things. driving doesn't happen to be one of them.
frankly, her driving scares me so much i do all the driving when we're together, but her track record is a far sight better than the OPs wife. (to think that we share the roads with people like that is...
agreed, we don't know each other well, but i am aware of your professed penchant for Deconstruction.
that said, i don't see the point in trying to save a few bucks by risking anything related to the powertrain and the vehicles ability to get itself around, since after all that is its primary...
i’d love to have a Factory Service Manual, but even if these weren’t listed as “Out of Stock”, it says they’re for Windows only.
(at the risk of starting a ‘Ginger vs. Mary Ann’ sort of debate,) has anyone gotten these to work with an Operating System other than Windows?
now at least you're talking about an oil that meets the specs. (there are other reasons i would not use Pennzoil, but that's a different topic.)
notice it's not as cheap?
point being; we gotta' pay attention to this stuff. VM Motori is pretty picky about what they want us to run through these...
not sure about "any" trail, but quite probably, yes.
37s rub in a few spots on my diesel, even with the Mopar lift.
you might be in for some surprises when you try to fit that spare in the stock loctaion, too, and the gearing is going to be sub-optimal.
you might want to update your sig...
curious; where did you have your fridge plugged in?
because the first time we spent a week in Moab at ~100º our fridge wouldn't always start up because of the low voltage at the Aux Plug in the left rear of the cargo area, even though we were driving every day.